ARCH NEMESIS Hard At Work On New Album

February 22, 2004

Norwegian metallers ARCH NEMESIS are continuing work on the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2002's "Shadows In The Mirror", tentatively due later in the year through Edgerunner Records. "Nearly all the instruments are done," the band write on their web site. "What's remaining now is the bass, vocals and some guest vocals. So far we are very satisfied with the recording progress. Things have gone much better than we could have hoped. Håvar (Worm) will join in for a guest appearance. Jaz has started designing the covers and some merchandise. Still we have no release title or release dates to give. More info will come."

As previously reported, ARCH NEMESIS recently parted ways with lead guitarist Inge "Thorin" Eidsaeter. All solos on the album were laid down by vocalist/guitarist Nesmoht (a.k.a. Niclas Thomsen).

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